Community committees are the first to receive access to data for their communities.
Access to member data will help committees to
Community committees can nominate one individual to be authorised to download data and be responsible for data handling. The Authorised Volunteer will also maintain an overview of all communications being sent out by the committee.
By limiting access to one nominated volunteer from each committee the IET is able to:
Authorised Volunteers are able to obtain counts of members in their Community using the following criteria:
In addition, data counts can be filtered in various ways, for example:
The VADAR interface also provides contact information for Local Network and Technical & Professional Network committees making it easy to contact other IET communities and individual volunteers.
To get access to data, Network Committees need to nominate a member of the committee to become an Authorised Volunteer and contact the community operations team to get set up.
In addition, network committees can request the data from the Community Operations team firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through the links on this page, you will find more information about using IET data, nominating an Authorised Volunteer, Data Protection and other relevant policies and procedures, and using the IET’s email management system (MessageFocus) to send communications to members in your area.